What is the LED equivalent of a 70 watt metal halide?

LED Light Bulb Conversion Chart

Metal Halide / High Pressure Sodium to LED Wattages Conversion
Original Lamp LED Lamp
70 Watt Metal Halide 30 Watt LED
100 Watt Metal Halide 40-50 Watt LED
150 Watt Metal Halide 60-70 Watt LED

What is a 70 watt LED equivalent to?

Sodium lights can be high pressure sodium (HPS) or low pressure sodium (LPS)….LED equivalents to sodium lighting.

Sodium Light Bulb Wattage LED Equivalent Wattage
70 Watt 30 Watt

How many lumens is a 70 watt metal halide?

Product Attributes

Wattage 70 Watt
Lumens 5,200
Base Type Medium (E26) Open Rated
Protected Yes
Burn Position Universal

How many lumens is a 70 watt high pressure sodium bulb?

between 6300 and 7000 lumens
70 Watt. 70-watt HPS bulbs provide between 6300 and 7000 lumens of light in frosted and clear options.

What is the difference between metal halide and LED lights?

Metal halide bulbs contain metals that are evaporated into inert gas within the glass casing while LEDs are a solid state semiconductor technology. Both technologies produce a very high quality light. LEDs tend to last much longer and are a more energy efficient and less maintenance intensive technology.

WHAT LED bulb equals 75 watts?

SYLVANIA LED Light Bulb, 75W Equivalent A19, Efficient 12W, Medium Base, Frosted Finish, 1100 Lumens, Daylight – 1 Pack (79293)

Can you replace regular Christmas lights with LED?

The short answer is no. You can’t use LED replacement bulbs (if you can find them) to replace traditional mini lights on a traditional light string. It may seem like a good idea, cost-effective and simple. However, the wiring for your classic lights is different and unsuitable to handle LEDs.

How many lumens is 100w metal halide?

Product Attributes

Wattage 100 Watt
Lumens 8,500
Base Type Medium (E26) Open Rated
Protected Yes
Lighting Technology Metal Halide

How many lumens 70w HPS?

What is the difference between high pressure sodium and metal halide lights?

Both Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium bulbs are part of the HID family of bulbs. The primary visual difference between them is that metal halide light is white and the light emitted from a High Pressure Sodium bulb is amber orange.